Title:
Alchemist's Quintessence of Experimentation
Author:
Anupem Jey Dan
Summary:
Temporary brews of skin, strength, acid dart, and heal minor wounds
Type:
other
Category:
other
Alchemy:
1
Forms:
fluid
Production:
10
Material units:
5 + One of each Basic Mystic Material
Place of Origin:

Date of Origin:

Place Found:
Found in a Secret Lab of the Blood Countess near Marsuvla
Date Found:
8-18-13
Encryption:
none

Notes:

This is, of course, not the brew itself, but the notes that accompany it.

Transcription:



It is the very nature of the Forms to provide a stability and longevity. This coincides with a more difficult process in the recreation of the methodologies and expressions than is typically seen with the manipulation of the Realms. The requirement of additional worldly objects for us to refine away to their raw parts is a costly process. To strip away the very magic that suffuses everything until we are left with the raw, unshaped pieces that remind behind, and then contain them for an indefinite time, well, it is hardly cheap. My associates and I, we have wondered, is there a way to reduce this expenditure in exchange for a shortened life span? In this, we looked to the walls. We admire Jade as captured Fluid, but it is more so. We sought to unlock its secrets, to find the moment at which the capture occurs, knowing that we do not possess the necessary reactions to fully form something like the crystalline structure. We do not want that, in any case. That is not our goal. It is to capture our formulations inside these fragile lattices and coax them forth at our whim before the lattice decays. Our experiments have thus far yielded no results, but there must be some combination that results in success. This is our goal. We will strive until we meet it. We will experiment with everyformulae and combination therein. This shall be our legacy.


-journal entry attributed to Anupem Jey Dan, alchemist of Sharat Gan